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MalAcetic Shampoo for Dogs and CatsThis page contains information on MalAcetic Shampoo for Dogs and Cats for veterinary use.
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Malacetic Shampoo For Dogs And CatsThis treatment applies to the following species:
Clear And All Natural
Acetic Acid (2%) and Boric Acid (2%) in an all natural soapless shampoo vehicle with moisturizers.
If you’re ready to get serious about your pet’s skin and coat, here is your answer.
Malacetic Shampoo For Pets Is A Unique Crystal-clear Preservative-free Formulation Of Acetic And Boric Acids In An Elegant Ph-balanced, All-natural Shampoo.
indicationsAids in the topical treatment of seborrhea complex and other conditions where a medicated shampoo may be beneficial.
For Best ResultsPrime your pet’s coat by bathing/cleansing with DermaLyte Shampoo, and condition with MalAcetic Conditioner after using MalAcetic Shampoo.
DirectionsApply to wet coat. Rub MalAcetic Shampoo into skin and/or coat until lightly lathered. Wait 5 to 10 minutes, then rinse well. May be used daily or as directed by a veterinarian.
MalAcetic Shampoo for Dogs and Cats CautionUse topically only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children.
U.S. Patent #5,480,658
Net Contents: 12 Fl. Oz., 16 Fl. Oz., 1 Gallon Recyclable Container
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